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TIGER TAMERS

Trenton Sweeps Visiting Marceline Thursday Night

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Daryian Otto shoots and scores during the Lady Bulldogs’45-23 win on Thursday night at home. Otto scored seven points in the victory.

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Daryian Otto shoots and scores during the Lady Bulldogs’45-23 win on Thursday night at home. Otto scored seven points in the victory.

The Trenton High School basketball teams swept a double feature on Thursday night, sending visiting Marceline back to Linn County with a pair of losses. Trenton’s girls hammered the Lady Tigers 45-23, while the Trenton boys snapped a three-game

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Kids Club Wrestling In Kirksville

The Trenton Kids Wrestling Club was in action last Saturday, traveling to Kirksville for the Kirksville Youth Wrestling Tournament. Trenton won five gold medals at the meet with Zach Archer winning at six-and-under 55 pounds, Hunter McAtee winning at 10-and-under 70 pounds, Gavin Chambers winning at 10-and-under 85 pounds, Sam Gibson winning at 10-and-under 100 pounds and Kaden Owen winning at 12-and-under 115 pounds.
Runner-up finishers for Trenton included Logan

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WINNING THE BATTLE

NCMC Piles Up Points In A Hurry, Sweeps WMA

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Terrance Bush puts in two of his game-high 42 points during the Pirates’ 113-98 victory over Wentworth Military Academy on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Bush added 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals to his total.

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Terrance Bush puts in two of his game-high 42 points during the Pirates’ 113-98 victory over Wentworth Military Academy on Wednesday night at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton. Bush added 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals to his total.

The North Central Missouri College basketball teams earned a pair of Region 16 victories on Wednesday night,

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Gilman City’s Carey To Play At College Level

Submitted Photo Gilman City’s Darriane Carey signs a national letter of intent to join the Graceland University basketball program Thursday morning. Pictured are, from left, front row, Gloria Flint (Darriane’s grandmother), Tanya Estrada (Darriane’s mother), Darriane Carey, Gilman City Lady Hawks’ Head Coach Adam Clark; back row, Graceland Director of Admissions and Athletic Recruiting Kevin Brown and Graceland University women’s Head Coach Elizabeth Curry.

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Gilman City’s Darriane Carey signs a national letter of intent to join the Graceland University basketball program Thursday morning. Pictured are, from left, front row, Gloria Flint (Darriane’s grandmother), Tanya Estrada (Darriane’s mother), Darriane Carey, Gilman City Lady Hawks’ Head Coach Adam Clark; back row, Graceland Director of Admissions and Athletic Recruiting Kevin Brown and Graceland University women’s Head Coach Elizabeth Curry.

When Gilman City plays its final

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 2-10-16

– From Tuesday –
Albany Girls 52
Princeton Girls 38

The Princeton girls were handed a Grand River Conference loss on the road in Albany on Tuesday night. Princeton kept itself within single digits through the first three quarters, but Albany closed the game on a 16-9 run to keep the Lady Tigers out of the win column.
Maddie Enright scored a team-high nine points for Princeton (7-13) while Haley

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Area Hoops Scoreboard 2-9-16

Mercer Girls 91
Tri-County Girls 10

The first-place team in the HDC Conference standings hosted the last-place team in the HDC Conference standings and the end result was about what you would expect.
Mercer jumped on visiting Tri-County early, taking a 32-0 lead in the first quarter. By halftime, Mercer’s lead was 45-2. In the second half Mercer got 46 more points as the total grew to near-triple digits. Tri-County

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NCMC Will Chase Jefferson, Crowder For Region Title

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Madi Trump led the North Central Lady Pirates’ softball team in on-base and slugging percentage last season. The Lady Pirates will once again look to Trump to be a leader at the plate for the team in 2016.

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Madi Trump led the North Central Lady Pirates’ softball team in on-base and slugging percentage last season. The Lady Pirates will once again look to Trump to be a leader at the plate for the team in 2016.

The North Central Missouri College softball team is just days away from its season opener in Poteau, OK. North Central will take the diamond for the first time in

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Milan Standout Headed To NCMC

Brittney Buell

Brittney Buell

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Brittney Buell of Milan High School is the latest recruit to sign a national letter of intent to play with the North Central Missouri College Lady Pirates’ softball team. Buell was an all-conference selection in 2014 and 2015 and an all-district pick in 2015. This past fall she hit .412 with an on-base percentage of .493 and a fielding percentage of .800. Buell will enroll at

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DISTRICT DUEL

Trenton Swept By District’s Top Seeds

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Cree Mullenix drives past Chillicothe’s Cade Snyder during the Bulldogs’ 61-44 loss on Monday night in Trenton. Mullenix had a team-high 12 points and four rebounds in the loss.

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Cree Mullenix drives past Chillicothe’s Cade Snyder during the Bulldogs’ 61-44 loss on Monday night in Trenton. Mullenix had a team-high 12 points and four rebounds in the loss.

The Trenton High School basketball teams got a good look at the top-seeded teams in the upcoming Class 3, District 15 tournaments on Monday night as the Chillicothe Lady Hornets and Hornets

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